March marks the first anniversary of the ebook edition of my short story collection There is No Wheel. To celebrate, I'm doing a Goodreads give-away for three copies of the trade paperback edition of the collection released a few months ago by Spotlight press. The drawing just went live a vew hours ago and 85 people have already entered, so hurry! The drawing ends on March 2, my birthday.
In other "Wheel" news, I've decided to enroll the ebook collection in the Kindle Select program. This means the ebook will only be carried on Amazon. Philosophically I'm opposed to limiting reader choices, but the reality is that this collection barely sells at all on Barnes and Noble. Barnes and Noble ebook buyers and Amazon ebook buyers have very different tastes in books. On Barnes and Noble, my top selling ebook title, hands down, is Bitterwood. Nobody Gets the Girl seldom sells more than one or two copies a month. On Amazon, Nobody Gets the Girl sells well, and my dragon books sometimes sit for days without moving a copy. Why this should be I can't guess.
Finally, as you may have noticed from the images above, I'm trying a new cover for the ebook edition of There is No Wheel. The abstract image of the swirling darkness will remain on the trade paperback edition for the time being, but I woke up this morning thinking about a different cover design, and it was either spend half the day playing with photoshop, or actually write some chapters of Witchbreaker.
If you'd like to enter the drawing for the trade paperback, click below: